The Légère Sound Results program was a test conducted between 2014 and 2015 to determine how high school clarinet and sax band players responded when switching to from cane to Légère reeds. We gave one signature series reed per student per term/semester to every clarinet and sax player in thirteen US schools and twelve Canadian high schools. These reeds came with the guarantee that Légère would replace them at no cost should the break or lose their full natural sound.
“I have been playing Légère reeds for 15 years now for several reasons; first of all they never change, evene when it’s too hot, cold or moist. Secon, they make soundwarmer and sweeter. Deep sounds are brighter as well. Furthermore, they enforce top tones and they whole sound rangebecomes perfectly homogenous. Last but not least their lifespan cannot be underestimated, as it is much longer than any traditional reed.” – Domenico Luciano
“I am thoroughly pleased with the reliability and quality of sound that I am able to achieve with Légère reeds. Légère reeds are consistent from day-to-day offering me peace of mind while performing and they have a quick response and evenness of sound throughout the entire register.” – Ricardo Martinez
Principle Clarinet of the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra
"I have been playing Légère reeds professionally for more than 10 years with excellent results on both clarinet and saxophone. Virtually all of my students wind up playing Légère because they simply work better under the difficult playing conditions found in our high and dry desert climate.” – David Ehrke
"Légère has opened up a new and refreshing element to my playing…It allows me to control and play with multiple colors…..It has a ton of flexibility which is key for me due to playing multiple genres of music…..It gets out of my way and works for me, not against me….I’m proud to endorse Légère reeds and I recommend them to anyone.” – Phillip Whack